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Maryland Code, Agriculture § 10-706

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Any person who sells any fruit or vegetable in a container not properly marked may not be prosecuted, if he can establish by satisfactory evidence that he was not a party to the grading or packing of the fruit or vegetable in question, and had no knowledge that they were mismarked or illegally packed.

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